Basement Sate brings a hearty dose of Parisian chic to the centre of Soho. A venue with its fingers in many pies, this is your go-to bar if you're searching for a quick sweet nibble, a drink with friends and some hardcore dancing towards the end of the night. The bar itself embodies the characteristics of London's finer bars; dark wood, intimate spaces, exposed brick and design-led interiors. The focus here is more on the details in the food and drinks however.
Basement Sate serves exquisite dessert plates to pair with their alcoholic concoctions. So go on and satiate your curiosity - and your sweet tooth - on a late night venture into central London sometime soon.
Basement Sate is now opening its kitchen for pâtisserie-curious. In the course of two hours you'll be transported into a world of sweets and delights in which you'll learn to make all kinds of French pastries, such as macaroons, meringue-based lemon tarts, chocolate éclairs... No pastry will any longer be a mystery for you !
(maximum group of 5, £70 per person)
In two hours long classes you will learn about the history of any spirits and the cocktails created with them. You will then step behind the bar as the bartender will help you craft your own cocktail while explaining to you the hows and whys it should be made this way - all of course according to your own taste. Likely a good opportunity to wow your friends and family with newfound expertise - or just the pleasure of sharing a good drink with them.
(maximum group of 14, £40 per person)
|Pint of Lager||£5.00|
|Bottle of Lager (330ml)||£5.00|
|Glass of Wine (175ml measure Large )||£6.00|
|Bottle of Champagne||£70.00|
A word from the chef:
Basement Sate serves a range of desserts priced between £6 and £8 to satisfy your sweet tooth. The menu is carefully constructed by acclaimed pastry chef Romain Rocher and is as delicious as it is experimental.
“This is not a brothel, there are no prostitutes at this address”. Somewhat disappointed but having found the brass plaque on the wall outside emblazoned with the writing ‘Basement Sate’, this was definitely the right place,...
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